Ajay Devgn and Kajol’s daughter Nysa Devgn has a fan base just like Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan. The star kid is not quite popular yet but has a massive fan base surrounding her. They love catching a glimpse of Nysa and make sure to keep in touch with whatever’s happening around her. Recently, an unseen video of Ajay Devgn’s daughter Nysa Devgn was shared on social media. The video sees Nysa dancing and Nysa having some fun time with her friends. The girls are spotted trying a cool step and it’s all things LIT.
On Instagram, a fan page account of Nysa posted a TikTok video. The video features Nysa on the extreme right, followed by two of her friends. The video seems to have been shot in a room. It sees Nysa and her friends dancing to the beats of a song. They dance to a rendition of the song Stand By Me, where the words are replaced with ‘twerk’. In the video, Nysa looks excited and pumped to groove along with her friends. As the music plays in the video, Ajay Devgn’s daughter starts performing. She pulls out a few classy steps and then goes on to twerk, totally in sync with the song. The star kid is dressed in casual attire during her hangout time with friends. She looks gorgeous in blue jeans and a blush pink crop top. Nysa has chosen to leave her hair down, and she also has done her makeup well.
Take a look at the video featuring Nysa Devgn and her friends below:
From the video, it looks like Ajay Devgn’s daughter is having a blast with her friends. While the video of Nysa was shared on social media, it was recently that she celebrated her Birthday. On her Birthday, the Tanhaji actor penned down a heartfelt Birthday wish for his little one and showered lots of love and blessings on her. Also Read: Taimur Ali Khan Flashes A Big Smile Posing With Mommy Kareena Kapoor Khan's Colleague's Baby; Bebo's Pregnant Glow Though
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